EA has released its new game play mode for Bad Company 2.The release will soon bring about four player co-ops to the game. However, the content is only on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. At the same time, it is too soon for PC gamers to lose hope.
The way that EA described the new mode is that the Battlefield Bad Company 2 Onslaught mode can be easily played by up to four players and across multiplayer maps, such as Valparaiso, Atacama Desert, Isla Inocentes, and Nelson Bay. These modes have been designed or rather re-designed with the new inputs, such as lighting, time of the day, more vehicles and far more effects on it then were there previously. At each map there is a dedicated game play focus which expects a high end level of teamwork in order to complete the game as per the set rules and aims against the attack of the enemy. At the Atacama Desert, vehicle warfare is most important, while at Nelson Bay it is the infantry assault. Players can compete individually or in squads. At the dedicated Onslaught leather boards they can also check their individual progress.
That is the reason why we broached further and asked if all of these really good features were coming to the PC version of the games. This led to the answer that the PC DLC will be launched at a later date soon.
Whereas, on the forums the news is out and the top most question on everyone’s mind is about what will happen to the servers? The problem linked with PCs is that the servers are tied up with the specific service providers. One of the associate gaming producers mentioned that changing the server from Conquest 32 players to Onslaught 4 players will immediately cut out the other 28 players from the game. This will go on to have a far reaching impact on the PC online ambience as right away 28 slots from the gaming arena are cut away. This will certainly be further far reaching an impact, if the servers change over to Onslaught. Now, they are certainly considering ways in which to bring about the content to your PC. This should be done without having to ask people about changing their servers to a smaller experience.
All the PC users are eagerly waiting to be able to access the great sounding Onslaught. This will ensure that they are able to continue to have a great gaming experience. Until then, all that the PC owners can do is to hope that a quick solution is reached as they certainly don’t want to miss out on the wonderful Onslaught experience.
The way the company is looking at this is to be able to be able to bring the content to the PC and yet not have to ask people to change their servers to a smaller experience. The company is certainly hoping for a quick solution to this.